Osada 

Osada

There are several papermaking factories, but the one managed by the Osada family is truly exceptional. The family continues the tradition of manual papermaking, which was started four generations ago (in the 70s of the XIXth century). Initially, they produced paper intended mainly for the Japanese sliding doors (fusuma), but nowadays, the worksh...

There are several papermaking factories, but the one managed by the Osada family is truly exceptional. The family continues the tradition of manual papermaking, which was started four generations ago (in the 70s of the XIXth century). Initially, they produced paper intended mainly for the Japanese sliding doors (fusuma), but nowadays, the workshop makes a broad variety of other items, such as lamps, sculptures, jewellery, interior decoration objects, and large-format paintings.

Hand-made paper (washi) is produced by extraordinary specialists, who can create paintings with the use of dyed fibres, who make openwork structures and press wet paper sheets (momi) to form 3D objects. Nothing is impossible. If you think that paper is obsolete, just have a look at the items below.

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350,00 zł

The large-size image: mountain landscape. The image was created with dyed fibres, not paint. On top of that, the decorations were made with a golden powder and metallic flakes. It is truly unique, as it was created by an artist from the scratch. Dimensions: 98,5 x 108,5 cm.

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350,00 zł

The large-size image: mountain landscape. The image was created with dyed fibres, not paint. On top of that, the decorations were made with a golden powder and metallic flakes. It is truly unique, as it was created by an artist from the scratch. Dimensions: 98,5 x 108,5 cm.

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123,00 zł

The presented painting is made with the use of a special suminagashi technique, in which ink is painted on a hand-made paper. In Europe, such papers are called „marbled paper” and are applied in bookbinding, decorative stationery or they can also be treated as images. This sheet of paper is unique, because in the manual production you can never produce...

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123,00 zł

The presented painting is made with the use of a special suminagashi technique, in which ink is painted on a hand-made paper. In Europe, such papers are called „marbled paper” and are applied in bookbinding, decorative stationery or they can also be treated as images. This sheet of paper is unique. Dimensions: 62 x 95 cm.

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123,00 zł

The image emerged as a result of skilful placement of fibres in different places. The entire process is manual and the decorative effects are the artist’s choice. This sheet of paper is unique, because in the manual production you can never produce two identical items. Dimensions: 65 x 104 cm.

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290,00 zł

The image was created with dyed fibres, not paint. On top of that, the decorations were made with a golden powder. The image emerged as a result of skilful placement of fibres in different places. The entire process is manual and the decorative effects are the artist’s choice. This sheet of paper is unique. Dimensions: 67 x 110 cm.

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123,00 zł

The image emerged as a result of skilful placement of fibres in different places. The entire process is manual and the decorative effects are the artist’s choice. This sheet of paper is unique, because in the manual production you can never produce two identical items. Dimensions: 65 x 104 cm.

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123,00 zł

The image emerged as a result of skilful placement of fibres in different places. The entire process is manual and the decorative effects are the artist’s choice. Here an additional lustre comes from pieces of glossy foil. This sheet of paper is unique, because in the manual production you can never produce two identical items. Dimensions: 64 x 104 cm.

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